Save Win 10 login screens

Oct 18, 2009
It turns out those beautiful Windows 10 login screens are stored, so they can easily be copied elsewhere to be saved. They're saved with a 64-character hex name and no extension. Three types of images are saved--widescreen for PC's, cropped portrait versions for phones, and random images such as ads. The login images must be at least 50k and a max of around 1.6MB.

This script just copies them from the C:\Users\... folder to a user-specified folder and adds a .jpg extension. Once copied, you'll need to preview and delete what you don't want and rename the ones you keep. Note that this copies them to a \temp\ folder under the destination folder.

:: Copy the Win 10 login screen images to \graphics\.. and rename to *.jpg
@echo off
Set src_dir=%LOCALAPPDATA%\Packages\Microsoft.Windows.ContentDeliveryManager_cw5n1h2txyewy\LocalState\Assets

:: Note that the copy is actually to a sub-folder of this
Set dest_dir=D:\Data\Graphics\Win10 Logins

Copy %@repeat[?,64] /[s50000,1800000] "%src_dir\*.*" "%dest_dir\temp\*.jpg"